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this week when no one claimed the prize that was about to expire. in the photo her daughter charlene. the family stopped in palmdale last may where charlene bought the ticket. but the ticket would sit in the car console for five months until the photo appeared. >> and it was charlene. >> reporter: the mother admits she feared the worst that her daughter was in trouble. >> so i got the third pair, put them on, and it said, she won. >> reporter: she says the money has come just in time. >> i had a dollar in my pocket. [ laughter ] >> and they just shut my cable off. >> reporter: she had five children then adopted two foster sons. she is not sure if there are 18 or 19 grandchildren but knows they will be taken care of with the caption option payout of $17.8 million. >> my grandchildren been taken care of my daughters. i'm just so happy. going to buy me a pair of reeboks. >> reporter: it will take four to weeks for her to seat payout but one of the first things she will do is take her family to disneyland. in san bernardino, amy johnson, cbs 5. >>> i'm going to disneyland! >> exactly wh
this? >> charlene? >> no. >> why not? >> i'm not afraid because i know my rights, and i have the right to speak up as well as everybody else. it's freedom of speech. i plan to exercise that. >> do you like your job, charlene? >> i do enjoy my job. walmart takes a lot away from a lot of us putting our full potential forward because they hold us back understaffing. i do enjoy my job. i just wish they'd give us the tools and opportunities to give our best. >> the reason i ask where you li -- whether you liked your job or not is you could always quit and go some place else. if you don't like the hours they're making you work on a holiday, you don't like the retaliation, being name called by your manager, why don't you go some place else? >> well, that's a very valid question. the reason why i continue to stay and to do what we're doing is we do like our job. i don't feel like my manager has the right to intimidate and push me out. plus, the system is really broken. our organization is a nationwide organization that's groaning expoenl shlly every day. it's more about trying to fix something
dollars glasses and i have put two pairs to see and it was charlene. and i thought she robbed a bank. [ laughter ] >> most of the $17.8 million will be used to care for her two special needs boys. but first, she is taking them to disneyland. >>> overcharged at the supermarket time and time again. but are you getting the freebies the store is legally required to give you? an exclusive undercover consumerwatch investigation next. >> and count your blessings. it's good for your mind and your body. the health benefits linked to gratefulness, next. ,,,,,,,,,,,, created a traffic nightmarel ternoon... crews are >>> another live look at 680 in pleasanton. a big rig accident has created a traffic nightmare all afternoon. crews are working to clear the accident from the southbound lanes of the stoneridge drive off-ramp. southbound traffic is sneaking on by the shoulder. the one lane of northbound 680 is still closed. traffic is backed up for miles. >>> viewers tipped us off to an ongoing problem at safeway. one shopper lost count of how many times he has overcharged. julie watts goes undercov
who jesus is. when they put on a new pair of eye glasses, they're seeing jesus. >> reporter: charlene israel, cbn news, bronx, new york. >> wendy: >> wendy: coming up next, they're the most vulnerable people in egypt. but those >> wendy: the election of momomohammed morsi as president gave egyptians hope. and now many are frustrated and impatient. >> the situation, of course, is getting worse. there is a lot of insecurities, and in stability that is happening in egypt. >> reporter: 25% of all egyptians live at our below the poverty level. earning less than $2 a day. many of them are widows. an estimated 1.7 million egyptian children are orphans. marin miad is the founder of coptic orphans, a group that reaches out to egyptian widows and their children. >> once a father passes away, you have nothing. the first step, of course, the children are pulled out of school. you can't afford to send them to school. they become then the child labor. they become the child brides. they become those that are abused and they grow to perpetuate this poverty. >> reporter: the widows and the orphans are
. [ ♪ music ♪ ] >> stephanie: the 80s said they want their policies and that song back. charlene in iowa. hi charlene. >> caller: hawaii. >> stephanie: hawaii, go ahead. >> caller: first iahead--hi, go ahead. >> caller: first i would like to say i love your show. >> stephanie: thank you. >> caller: i want to talk about the superior attitude that the right wing have that they can say any insulting thing about any group they want and then don't under why we don't vote for them. that seems so ridiculous to me. >> stephanie: some sane republicans have pointed out it's not just their policies but their tone. >> you would say that, too if you were a free loader. >> stephanie: it's the tone about women hispanics gay people, you name it. >> caller: exactly. i hope this all comes up in the the 2014 election cycle as talking points so people stay on track. >> stephanie: absolutely. thank you, charlene. >> caller: thank you. >> stephanie: let's go to mickey in south dakota. welcome. >> caller: howdy steph. it's my birthday, so it doesn't is a great birthday gift getting through to you. i'm a gay white
happened in libya that night. charlene lamb, they are watching in realtime. we now know the only reason these navy seals jumped into the consulate is because they heard cries for help. requests to the white house were made for help for back-up. so we are to believe the president didn't know that either because two weeks later she telling the country, i'm not sure if it's a terrorist attack? >> right. here is one of the potential places where there is a link. we know now that general petraeus knew he was under investigation. we also know he thought he could keep his job. this is exactly the time period when he goes up to the hill and according to those who why the were the hearings this is because of the video. you have a very suspicious set of circumstances where he is trying to keep his job, he wants to keep the administration happy and people are asking questions. did that affect his testimony on benghazi. he did his own report on benghazi which he hasn't released and secretary clinton had responsibility for the people who are dead. the notion that she is in australia wine tasting and
in this one. charlene added her wishes, enjoy and take no malarkey on your birthday. i like that one. molly said, mr. biden, you got the best birthday gift we could give you -- for more years. we want to hear what you have to say. go to facebook and search "politicsnation" and "like" us to join the conversation that keeps going long after the show ends. my insurance rates are probably gonna double. but, dad, you've got... [ voice of dennis ] allstate. with accident forgiveness, they guarantee your rates won't go up just because of an accident. smart kid. [ voice of dennis ] indeed. are you in good hands? >>> the work i'm doing it approved. i'm really proud of that. i'm really proud of you. and what you -- [ applause ] >> that was president obama's emotional appeal to his campaign staff after the election. he's now looking to turn what many call the greatest political operation in modern history into an unprecedented force for good in washington. reports say the obama campaign is planning to use its massive database of voters and activists to pressure lawmakers on fairness. and advance the p
last night. just when did kristen become a part of the oil cartel? hmmm? >> good one, charlene. joining us is actress charlene hilton who played the flirty lucy ewing on dallas. great to see you this morning. >> thank you. you, too, alice. >> tell us your favorite memories and what comes back to you as you see some of those old clips? >> well, let me start in a very general way. when i met the force of nature that is larry hagman i was 17 years old. i had been raised by a single mother who was mentally ill. i had my own apartment from the time i was 15 years old and i never had a father figure. larry hagman came into my life at 17 years old and became the father figure that i longed for and he was a guiding force in my life. he taught me how to be professional. he taught me the craft of acting. he taught me how to behave on a set. he was an amazing, amazing human being. he was so protective of me because i was so young starting the show, but at the same time he expected and demanded a lot from me because he believed in me, and just so on a general personal note, he meant so much to me.
. >> reporter: but to focus on that misses the point says a passionate charlene moore. >> how dare you insult the spirit, the integrity of our people who died so you could vote and don't vote because who vote for the point is vote. >> reporter: even people who often find themselves in the minority consistently vote. >> we try to express the views we would like. we usually lose in california. >> reporter: this person has never been on a winning or losing side before. >> believe it or not, this is my first time doing it. it's been tough time for all of us as you know and i feel like we need to vote because a lot of folks are like, oh, okay, whatever. no, it's not whatever. this is like really important for all of us. >> reporter: this election doesn't seem to have the same electricity as four years ago but that's not to say it doesn't have a strong current of its own. >> san jose family, friends, family, coworkers, my family, we need to do this. this is going to help us to move forward. >> whatever the attitude, i'm fine with it. i'm not mad. i'm not that happy. but i'm not going to be -- that'
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's talk of it becoming a giant slayer. is facebook a challenge to google? >> i think they are. >> charlene li, an analyst at forrester research, a technology consulting company, says facebook is a threat to google, because it could become the first site people go to to search. say you want information about a family vacation in maui. li says when you check google, you could get a list of almost 200,000 hits. >> versus i can go on to facebook, i can go and ask my friends, and people will write back to me, "oh, i've done things, and this is what i recommend, and knowing you and your kids, they will really like doing this," so the next time i do something very specific like that, chances are i would probably go to facebook. >> which is why yahoo offered to buy facebook in 2006 for a billion dollars in cash. zuckerberg declined, but then microsoft swooped in and bought 1.6% of the company for $240 million. that meant that bill gates valued facebook at $15 billion. some analysts say that's wildly unrealistic since facebook has yet to figure out how to make money off its huge audience. is it tru
plant i want you -- your thoughts on charlene lamb the state department employee. now we know that she and others were basically getting begged for more security by the ambassador and others telling a long narrative about al-qaida-related groups growing and listen to what miss lamb told congress a couple of weeks back. >> miss lamb, yesterday you told us in testimony that you received from mr. nordstrom a recommendation but not a request for more security, and you admitted that in fact you had previously said that if he submitted a request you would not support it. is that correct? >> under the current conditions, yes. sir, we had the correct number of assets in benghazi at the time of 9/11 for what had been agreed upon. megyn: chris plant. >> for what had been agreed upon is not really the standard that we go by. it's scandalous that they weren't provided the security necessary prior to the events of september 11th. it's scandalous that they watched and stood by and did nothing on september 11th and it's scandalous they didn't tell us the truth afterwards. >> i think it's scandalous w
. in fact, their security was reduced and if you remember, charlene lamb when she testified before house oversight, she said that libya was normalized and they were going to have the february 17 brigade take care of the embassy. why didn't this guy have a marine detachment in a place where you get danger pay? i mean, all of this stuff stinks to high heaven. >> gregg: the other things you want to know is, what was going on in the real time monitoring of the attack itself. it went on for seven hours and rescue missions arguably could have been deployed and why they were told either stand down or we're not going to help you. >> interestingly enough, what we know is that once that drone was sending back images of what was going on in real time, everyone knew they needed help. the question is, why weren't the people in washington, we know the president, the vice president and leon panetta were in the white house -- >> rick: they get a feed for that stuff directly into the white house. >> anyone who had access could get this up on a computer. >> gregg: state department, pentagon, white house,
charlene lamb has said, that funding was not the problem. that the funding was there. we also heard --. jenna: extra security. so our viewers are clear. about whether or not the funding was there for the appropriate amount of security. >> that's right. because people want to blame, oh, we didn't have enough money. that is just not true for the benghazi operation. and today in our hearing we heard from gao that did a report for us and their conclusion, they were testifying, diplomatic security missions and the resources needed to carery it out have grown substantially since 1998. its budget increased from 200 million in '98 to 1.8 billion in the year 2008. so funding is not the problem the it is where we're putting our resources. and why did we ignore these pleas from our men in harm's way to get more protection in benghazi. secretary clinton hopefully will have those answer. >> you mentioned the report from the gao, government accountability office, often does reports in a nonpartisan manner to bring in more information. the timeline, congresswoman, when do you expect to hear from s
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